Formulated for use on cage and aviary birds, this is a useful broad-spectrum insecticide. Will be effective for up to 2 weeks if the bathing water is removed.
For optimum control against pests like blood-sucking mite the aviary also needs treatment, as the parasites will hide in cracks and crevices during the day.
- African Grey Parrots
- Amazon Parrots
- Canaries and Finches
- Eclectus Parrots
- Large Conures
- Large Macaws
- Meyer's and Senegal Parrots
- Quakers also known as the Monk Parakeet
- Small Conures
- Small Macaws or Mini Macaws
Please remember this information is for size guidance only - you know your bird best!
How to Use SHAKE WELL BEFORE USE Hold your bird firmly and spray for a few seconds from a distance of 25-30cm. Start at the rear of your bird and work towards the head. For small birds use 1-2 pumps For large birds use 3-5 pumps Spray against the natural lay of the feathers. Spray only the complete feather-deck (not parts of it). Do not spray directly on to the head or non-feather parts. To treat the head, spray liquid on a towel or glove and rub it over the feathers. All birds sharing a cage or aviary should be treated at the same time. Ensure good ventilation during and after the treatment. Repeat if necessary after 14 days. It is recommended that a plastic glove is used on the hand holding your bird. After treatment remove bath water as the spray is active for up to two weeks provided your bird doesn`t bathe.
Please Note Diseased birds should only be treated in consultation with your vet. Do not treat birds with hatched young. Do not treat birds younger than 3 months or with serious skin disorders.
Keep out of the reach of children. Keep away from food, drink and animal feed. Do no smoke, eat or drink whilst using the spray. Wash hands after use. For external use only on birds. Not to be used on any other species. Avoid contact with eyes, nose, ears, mouth or anus. Flammable - Do not spray on or near a naked flame or incandescent material. The vapour can cause sleepiness and dizziness. If signs of disease persist or appear following treatment, consult a veterinary surgeon. Do not breathe spray mist.